Parents and youth workers can play an important role in equipping kids to navigate the dating years.
Here are some things we can do: Far too many Christian adolescents don’t have a clue that there is a better way to relate to the opposite sex than what the world shows us. This means that we are called to treat the opposite sex with a special kind of respect because Christ lives within them.
Consideration and careful reflection is given in revealing the stories of victims who have battled emotional anguish and misfortune from schoolmates.
Narratives pertaining to teens who have struggled to get through these various life changing events are very moving.
Our kids will be the better for it in the long run!
Youth ministry meetings and events provide great opportunities for kids to work on their opposite sex relationships.
This may just be one of the most important lessons related to living out the "Purity Code".
—Hope Marie Cook, Curriculum Center Librarian, Eastern Connecticut State University Educational Media Reviews Online (EMRO) This program dramatizes one vignette featuring a pair of dating teens whose relationship has become abusive.
Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus.
Philippians 2:3-5 When we talk to kids about dating, we can help them set the biblical standard of considering another person’s interest above themselves, and that love means wanting the very best for that person. He is kind, good-looking, smart, and a great soccer player. David has Jesus Christ living inside him by the power of the Holy Spirit.
She connects with Matt, who seems at first to be her soul mate.
As their relationship evolves, Matt monopolizes more and more of Megan’s time.